1902 Countess of Tankerville by Lafayette Photographic Studios (Victoria and Albert Museum - London, UK)

The notes for the Lafayette exhibit at the Victoria and Albert Museum state the occacion was King Edward VII’s coronation.

From pinterest.com/ArbellaWick/a-royal-site/; flaws and spots removed with Photoshop.

1902 Countess of Tankerville by Lafayette Photographic Studios (Victoria and Albert Museum - London, UK) From pinterest.com:ArbellaWick:a-royal-site: deflaw despot

Leonora wears a flounced dress for her appearance as a Peeress at Edward VII’s coronation with veil and coronet.

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